Kasowitz Defeats Nikko Asset Management and Executives’ Motions to Dismiss on behalf of Former Nikko Executives
Kasowitz Benson Torres, on behalf of seven former senior executives of Nikko Asset Management (NAM), defeated motions to dismiss brought by defendants NAM, Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank, Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Holdings, and NAM’s current President and CEO Takumi Shibata.
Mark P. Ressler and Thomas Kelly Co-Author “Why ERP Implementations Fail: A Litigator’s Perspective”
Kasowitz partners Mark P. Ressler and Thomas Kelly have co-authored “Why ERP Implementations Fail: A Litigator’s Perspective,” published in CIO Review.
Mark W. Lerner Quoted in Law360 Article: “4 Tips For NY Employers Navigating New Sex Harassment Law”
Kasowitz Benson Torres partner Mark W. Lerner is quoted in the Law360 article, “4 Tips For NY Employers Navigating New Sex Harassment Law.”
Kasowitz Represents Hedge Fund, Claiming Breach of Contract by Goldman Sachs relating to CDO Abacus 2006-10
Kasowitz Benson Torres is representing Astra Asset Management, a London-based alternative asset manager, in a trust instruction proceeding commenced by U.S. Bank, as indenture trustee for synthetic CDO, Abacus 2006-10, with respect to a contractual dispute between Astra and Goldman Sachs.
Emily S. Pollock Quoted in HuffPost Article: “How To Protect Your Credit And Assets When Marrying Someone With Debt”
Kasowitz Benson Torres partner Emily S. Pollock is quoted extensively in the HuffPost article, “How To Protect Your Credit And Assets When Marrying Someone With Debt.”
Kasowitz Wins Two More Creative Awards for Website
Kasowitz Benson Torres has won two additional awards for its website, which launched in December 2017.
Jessica Taub Rosenberg Featured in Q&A with Benchmark Litigation
Kasowitz Benson Torres partner Jessica Taub Rosenberg is featured in a Q&A with Benchmark Litigation.
Kasowitz Obtains $11 Million Jury Verdict, Bringing Total Recovery for Client Fairfax Financial to $31 Million
Kasowitz Benson Torres secured a major victory for client Fairfax Financial Holdings, the largest insurance company in Canada, as part of an epic saga of litigation that began in 2006 involving blatant insider trading, market manipulation and short selling attacks by hedge funds and investment firms including SAC Capital, Kynikos, Third Point, Morgan Keegan and Exis Capital Management.